More News In Global Health

Borgen Magazine: A New XDR Medicine Could Save Lives (Hwang, 10/16).

CNBC Africa: Improving health outcomes in Africa (Awoniyi, 10/16).

The Guardian: Did a ‘white savior’s’ evangelical zeal take a deadly turn in Uganda? (Mwesigwa/Beaumont, 10/17).

Homeland Preparedness News: Scientists decode immune response of Ebola vaccine (Galford, 10/16).

Miami Herald: Child dies in Cuba after receiving vaccine made in India. It’s not the first time (Torres/Pentón, 10/15).

New York Times: ‘We Looked to Escape Death’: Violence Uproots Nearly 500,000 in Burkina Faso (Marks, 10/15).

Quartz Africa: African governments need to fix their problematic relationship with data on their own countries (Kazeem, 10/16).

STAT: Calling embryo editing ‘premature,’ Russian authorities seek to ease fears of a scientist going rogue (Dobrovidova, 10/16).

U.N. News: Ending extreme poverty crucial to sustainable future for all: U.N. chief (10/16).

Xinhua: U.N. calls for heighten efforts to end hunger in South Sudan (10/16).

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